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31-10-2014 By zethalee And it brings with it its quasi-World War II setting, taking shape in the form of a tactical RPG. Originally exclusively released on the Playstation 3 in 2008, it was hailed at the time for its story, art direction, and most tellingly... More
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30-10-2014 By Doubleplus This War of Mine is a war game, but not your typical war game. Instead of being placed in the role of a soldier fighting for your country, you are put in the shoes of citizen just trying to survive while his own country is torn apart by war. More
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30-10-2014 By zethalee Apparently, one of the answers to that question is a season pass for DLC, and the other, is to undergo a bit of a mind-trip where you're required to make split-second decisions through a multimedia project. More
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30-10-2014 By MrJenssen Insurgency is a great little multiplayer shooter. To this day, I play it regularly. And with the seemingly never ending support given to the game by the devs, it's clear why the small but dedicated community has stuck with the game for all this time. More
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28-10-2014 By Doubleplus GamerGate isnt just a movement. Its not just a consumer revolt. Its not just people standing up and saying "I'm mad as hell and I'm not gonna take this anymore!" Its a supermassive network where even the smallest, most minute bit of information spreads li More
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27-10-2014 By drcoolio345 Taking inspiration from classic fast paced shooters like Quake and Doom, Toxikk is trying to bring that classic feel back to modern gamers through its gameplay and movement. Just today the developers of Toxikk, Reakktor Studios, have come out with... More
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27-10-2014 By Bobfish F.E.A.R is a series with a storied and troubled history, that has somehow managed to remain generally beloved despite its...issues. Enough that games continue to be sporadically made at least. The latest of which, a free to play online arena come MMO, has More
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27-10-2014 By zethalee Pop quiz: how many of you remember EA in the mid-2000s? You know, the one that released titles like Mirror's Edge, Mass Effect, Dragon Age: Origins, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and so on? My guess is not enough. More
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27-10-2014 By BloodyFanGirl SEGA intends to release five add-on DLC packs for Alien: Isolation. We’ve previously covered the pre-order DLC featuring THE Ellen Ripley and the original crew of the Nostromo. The first to be released of these new DLC packs will be called ‘Corporate Lock More
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24-10-2014 By MrJenssen The Kickstarter success story that garnered over a million pounds in funding for Kingdom Come: Deliverance - as sort of medieval life simulator - is finally taking shape. For those who backed the Kickstarter project with £25 or more. More
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24-10-2014 By Kelevandos The intro cinematic of Witcher 3 we mentioned earlier is here. Just as expected, it delivers all the graphical awesomeness the animators from CDProject Red had taught us to expect. Moreover, it does not simply include Yennefer, as yours truly speculated e More
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24-10-2014 By Doubleplus Paranautical Activity is… er… WAS a game on Steam. Unfortunately, when it was pushed out on Steam, despite being a full game, it was slapped with an Early Access label. More
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Reviews

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28-10-2014 By drcoolio345 Space may be the final frontier, but Civilization V fans will feel oddly at home despite the aliens romping about around their cities. Once you look past Beyond Earth's miasma, aliens and space-lingo, it becomes extremely clear that Beyond Earth is Civ V in space. More
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24-10-2014 By Bobfish There are things in this world, things beyond the experience and understanding of men. Dark, foreboding creatures that flit along the very edges of mortal ken. They lurk in the empty spaces between ideas, they whisper at the fringes of the cerebellum... More
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21-10-2014 By zethalee The first outing from indie developer CreativeForge Games is an entry into a field that is excruciatingly hard to do well: space strategy. Do you create a psuedo-grand strategy game such as Distant Worlds: Universe; a lumbering experience in base-building... More
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20-10-2014 By Kelevandos While there are numerous genres I value far more, 4X Strategy games always had a special place in my heart. Ever since playing my first Civ match I found their complexity and unpredictability amusing and extremely entertaining. More
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Retro Reviews

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05-07-2014 By Bobfish Honestly, if you don't know what Tomb Raider is by now, it'd be like trying to explain how you breathe. It's a game, and a series, that's been part of gaming for so long, relatively speaking... More
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21-09-2013 By JcDent Let me tell you about the greatest game you haven't played. Back in 1990, Star Control, a sort of a starship Mortal Combat game with minimal backstory, was released. It received a sequel in 1992 in the form of Star Control II: The Ur-Quan Masters. More
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31-08-2013 By Endzville The game is based on a Belgian comic series of the same name, specifically the first eight volumes or so with some changes in chronology and actual events and the story is centred around an amnesiac man with the titular Roman numeral tattooed on his shoulder. More
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Articles

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20-10-2014 By Doubleplus Now if you’ve been on the internet for the past month or so, you’ve probably heard of this movement/consumer revolt known as GamerGate. More
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13-07-2014 By Fr33Lanc3r.007 The Novelist, by solo developer Kent Hudson, tells the story of the Kaplan family, and their stay in a holiday home over the summer. Patriarch Dan, a novelist of some repute, has been struggling to push through writers block and get his latest... More
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20-04-2014 By eremeticskeptic It’s that day of the year again in America where every person that dares defy the DEA celebrates that decision and participates in the festival of lights. 4/20, if you don’t know, is the unofficial “stoner holiday”, but is also a day that’s used by... More
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Interviews

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02-04-2014 By Bobfish With the arrival of this epic exploration of the Human condition, told through the analogue of the most divine of all creatures the majestic goat. We pinned down Coffee Stain's own Armin Ibrisagic and grilled him for all the intimate details. More
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06-02-2014 By Bobfish First it was a distant dream of a sparkling, zombie infested future, then it was a game on the XBLA, then a staggering demand for a PC port brought it to our eager, hungry hands and eyes. More
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19-12-2013 By Bobfish What happens when a mobile game dev jumps to the PC to play with the bigboy toys? That's a question that Wales Interactive were asking themselves not so very long ago. More
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Previews

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11-08-2014 By Bis18marck70 The space genre has experienced a revival of sorts, not only due to the big budget Kickstarter busters Elite: Dangerous and Chris Roberts: The Game – apologies, Star Citizen – but also due to many smaller titles that allow us to delve into space and... More
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29-07-2014 By Kelevandos Not long ago, Steam users were given the opportunity to try out the latest King’s Bounty Early Access title – The Dark Side. This next installment in the KB series is set to release this August, and for now the developers are taking advantage... More
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10-05-2014 By MadMac Released into open beta back in 2012, War Thunder is a free-to-play combat simulator developed by Gaijin Entertainment. Players took to the skies, across a variety of maps, with planes dating from before World War II into the early fifties. More
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